Tracks through Pease could ease Sea-3 Concerns

Pease executive: rail line rebuild costs, engineering challenges prohibitive David Mullen is the executive director of Pease Development Authority. Deb Cram file photo Read original here. By Jeff McMenemy jmcmenemy@seacoastonline.com March 26, 2014 2:00 AM PORTSMOUTH — A proposal to rebuild a roughly two-and-a-half mile section of rail line through the Pease Tradeport so rail […]

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Portsmouth Herald: “Ghost Ship is like ‘Star Wars on the water’”

Portsmouth Herald: “Elected officials were given a Monday morning tour in a Portsmouth Naval Shipyard warehouse where the stealth and ‘supercapivating’ water craft Ghost Ship is being built by the private Portsmouth-based company Juliet Marine. New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan toured the facility with N.H. state Sens. Nancy Stiles and Martha Fuller Clark, as well […]

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HB 1684 and CACR 17 make progress in Concord

Two measures sponsored by Sen. Clark overcame significant hurdles on their way to becoming law. HB 1624 Modernizing Juvenile Justice was passed by the Senate Finance Committee and CACR 17, a constitutional amendment adding ‘relating to natural rights, providing that discrimination based on sexual orientation is prohibited,’ to the Constitution passed the Senate 25-0. Portsmouth […]

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NHRP: New Hampshire Mothers Join National Effort For Tighter Gun Control Laws

Listen to the full story here. The U.S. Senate voted down bipartisan gun control legislation last spring.  New Hampshire‘s Kelly Ayotte was one of the Senators who voted against expanded background checks. But, Spitzer says, among the states, the story is a little different. “At least 9 states have enacted significantly tougher gun laws,” he […]

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Stand Up Against Bullying 11-15-13

Sen. Clark was pleased to join Gov. Hassan and thousands of middle and high school students and teachers from across New Hampshire for a one-day program to take a stand against all forms of bullying. STAND UP 2013 New Hampshire has been created to educate, motivate and empower young people to actively promote positive social […]

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Concord Monitor Capital Beat: Senator’s bill would make N.H. the 43rd state to observe “Juneteenth”

Read the original story here. Capital Beat: Senator’s bill would make N.H. the 43rd state to observe “Juneteenth” By BEN LEUBSDORF Monitor staff Sunday, November 3, 2013 (Published in print: Sunday, November 3, 2013) It took 20 years of legislative battle for New Hampshire to recognize the late civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. […]

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